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She had managed patient services and professional education at the state level in Oregon for what was the largest voluntary health organization. the opportunity to educate adults on how to create healthier families and better lives--within this organization in which the federal, state, and local governments all cooperated.
This book has been designated one of the "BEST BOOKS OF 2009" by the Library Journal.
Diane England, is a valuable resource for people interested in Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, and it is available through and Barnes & Noble.
Book Description War, physical and sexual abuse, and natural disasters.
Diane England has performed an invaluable service for so many by writing this superb, comprehensive guide to relationships where PTSD is present. ” "A MUST READ book for behavioral health professionals, as well as anyone who has, or might have, a partner who is suffering with PTSD.
She has developed a unique pragmatic systems approach, thus making this a practical “how to” guide that will promote human welfare for many as well as contribute to the literature on PTSD. This very well written book offers vital help and hope to deal with PTSD in relationships—in a most realistic, practical, clear and immediately applicable manner.” “My clients often say, "We've been through this.
The history of trauma research is a relatively short one, dating back to the introduction of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) into the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-III) in 1980.